Management > Bachelor Degrees
Vaughn College's bachelor degree programs in management are designed to enable individuals to further their education, gain valuable management expertise, and provide the valuable communication and analytical skills needed to succeed in today's business environment-whether it's at an airport, airline or a corporation.
General Management Bachelor of Science (BS) DegreeBack to top
This four-year program meets the need for qualified managers across a broad spectrum of industries. A highly flexible program, it enables students to work with their advisors to design their own concentration in an area other than those offered in traditional management degrees, such as aeronautical engineering technology—adding a marketable, industry-specific focus to your education. The program includes a required internship opportunity, providing valuable hands-on experience.
Airline Management Bachelor of Science (BS) DegreeBack to top
Targeted to meeting the airline industry's need for qualified managers who have specialized training in this profession, the four-year program combines a strong liberal arts and science curriculum with general, as well as aviation and airline management courses. While obtaining the airline management degree, students may choose to complete the air traffic control program.
Airport Management Bachelor of Science (BS) DegreeBack to top
Adjacent to New York's world-class LaGuardia Airport, Vaughn College provides an unsurpassed learning environment for airport management students. The program is structured around the premise that managing an airport is similar to running a small city and as a result you will investigate first-hand subjects as diverse as wildlife hazards, eco-system management, airfield safety and emergency planning and control. The program also requires two semesters of a foreign language. While obtaining the airport management degree, students may choose to complete the air traffic control program.
Aviation Maintenance Management Degree
Raymond Addabbo, PhD
Dr. Raymond Addabbo has never wearied of teaching. A lover of jazz, drums and historical biography, he finds the lessons of Sir Isaac Newton as inspiring now as when he first arrived at Vaughn College in 1984. > Full Story